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New Year’s Eve in Bournemouth: Chase & Status and more… get cheap tickets here

The Old Firestation: Dub Optic
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For the past eight years, Dub Optic has dominated New Year’s Eve in Bournemouth and advance tickets are crucial to avoid disappointment. It’s all about festival vibes, with three rooms and an outdoor courtyard… think Jungle, Reggae, Beatbox, Hip Hop, Dubstep and Drum & Bass. There’s also face painting, hula hoops, food… everything you need for that total NYE experience.


Orange Rooms: Get Satisfied & Shake
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Two of our favourite house music brands are teaming up this year to make NYE super cool, super Satisfied, super Shake. After having Skream last year, it’s the turn of his close pal and long time colleague Artwork, the bloke likes to party just as hard as Skream – so putting on a 11-hour rave on NYE sounded like a great idea to him! How long will YOU last?

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Switch (Southampton): Chase & Status
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An eight-hour rave run by the Warehouse Party crew with a DJ set from one of the UK’s biggest dance acts: sounds like a pretty awesome NYE to us!  Saul Milton and Will Kennard earned their stripes after remixing the Capleton track “Duppy Man” to success in 2005 so they will be celebrating a decade of success this new year.


Secret location: On The Bus

At the same location as last year – if you know, you know! On The Bus has put together a stunning line up including some of our favourite Vibez DJs – see Facebook for the full details.

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Or for something a little more commercial…

Bonsai Lounge: Cocoloco
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Tickets start from just £5 for this NYE celebration, featuring a fizz reception, gold-painted dancers, gold cannons, live bongo, live sax and a sexy atmosphere. VIP table deals available.








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Editor in chief Suzi Dixon studied at Bournemouth university, went away for a while to work at The Daily Telegraph, then moved back to the sunny South coast for a quiet (er) life. Bournemouth News & Info is her website and she is assisted by the fabulous Fred From France in all things geeky and technical. Hire us to make your website, too, if you like.

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